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"Thirty spokes are made one by holes in a hub 
By vacancies joining them for a wheel's use; 
The use of clay in molding pitchers 
Comes from the hollow of its absence; 
Doors, windows, in a house. 
Are used for their emptiness: 
Thus we are helped by what is not 
To use what is." 

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Cover photos: Upper right: Sigrid Hahn. Lower left: Marilyn Fox. Left 
to right: Plate — Madeleine Vermes; Flower Pot — Bertha Mason; 
Vase — Gertrud Englander; Bird — Muriel Turoff; Vase — Bea Binger; 
Bottle — Polio Pillin; Sculpture: Skywatch — Jean Woodham. 



^sNEW YORK SOCIETY 
*OF CERAMIC ARTS 

62"'' ANNUAL EXHIBITION 

CERAMICS 

1956 



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MARCH 2nd-22nd 



Open to the Public: 

Mondoy, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 10-5 
Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 AM - 10 PM 

closed Sundays 



Cooper Union Museum for the Arts of Decoration 
4'^' Avenue and 7*^ Street, New York City 



JURY 

Sculpture: Bea Croll, Ellen Key-Oberg, Joseph Konzal, Jane Wasey, 

Winifred Lansing, alternate. 

Non-Member: Martin Craig. Cooper Union Art School. 
Pottery: Anne de Carmel, James Crumrine, Alexandra Kasuba, 

Oppi Untracht, Muriel P. Turofif. alternate. 

Non-Member: Calvin S. Hathaway. Director, Cooper 

Union Museum. 

Illustrated Lecture 

Thursday, March 15, 8 P.M. at the Museum 

CERAMICS 1956 AND BEFORE 

Hedy Backlin, Cooper Union Museum 



DEMONSTRATIONS 
SATURDAY, MARCH 3rd 

12:00 Enameling 

2:30 P.M. Wheel-Throwing 

TUESDAY, MARCH 6th 

8:00 P.M. Work with Glass 

THURSDAY, MARCH 8th 

8:00 P.M. Wheel-Thrown Pottery 

and Sculpture 

SATURDAY, MARCH 10th 

12:00 Various Techniques in Clay 

2:30 P.M. Sculpture 

TUESDAY, MARCH 13th 

8:00 P.M. Sculpture 

SATURDAY, MARCH 17th 

12:00 Tile Decorating 

2:30 P.M. Wheel-Throwing 

TUESDAY, MARCH 20th 



8:00 P.M. 



Decorating Techniques 



Gerirude Hartman 
Jack D. Wolfe 



Maurice Heafon 

Rose Krebs 

Rolf Key-Oberg 
Margot Kempe 

Jane Wasey 

Marilyn Fox 
James Crumrine 

Dido Smifh 



Potters Wheel: Courtesy Craftool, Inc. 
Photos by Peter Adelberg 



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Boris Chatman: Tile Panel 




Chris Purdue: 

Jar with Walnut Lid 



Maurice Heaton: 
Glass Cake Plate 



New York Society of Ceramic Arts (founded 1892) 

EXECUTIVE BOARD 1955-56 

President Gertrude Hartman 

1st Vice-President Billy Bacharach 

2nd Vice-President Dorothy Fish 

Treasurer Dorothy Jervis 

Corresponding Secretary Geraldine Driscoll 

Recording Secretary Francine Fierstein 

Membership Chairman Rozsika Blackstone 

Ways & Means Chairman Alexandra Kasuba 

Publicity Chairmen Elizabeth Cowan, Oppi Untracht 

Special Events Chairmen Roberta Leber, Gertrud Englander 

Exhibition Chairmen Rose Krebs, Freda Zuend 

MEMBERSHIP 

P. - Pottery S. - Sculpture T. - Teacher E. - Enamel 
* -Exhibitor 

MRS. MAURICE AUSTIN 

21 Avon St., Larchmont, N. Y. 

BILLY BACHARACH P. 

1185 Park Avenue, New York City, AT 9-2328 

* GERALDINE BALSAM P. T. 

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* BRURIA S. COLTER P. 

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BEA CROLL S 

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ERICA CROMPTON S 

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ROBERT CRONBACH S 

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WILLIAM B. DALTON P 

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SHIRLEY DE BOLES 

655 E. 14th St., New York 9, N. Y. 

ANNE OE CARMEL P 

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GERALDENE G. DRISCOLL S 

239 E. 19th St., New York, N. Y., GR 3-1 158 

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10 Mitchell P!., New York 17, N. Y., PL 5-1628 

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DOROTHY FISH P. T 

8 Huguenot Dr., Larchmont, N. Y., TE 4-2089 

JACQUELINE FONG P 

237 E. 20th St., New York 3, N. Y., SP 7-8434 

MARILYN FOX P 

1229 Cafrey Ave., Far Rockaway, N. Y., FA 7-6931 

CHARLOTTE FREEMAN P 

601 E. 20th St., Apt. 5D, New York 1 0, N. Y., OR 7-2784 




Priscilla Porter: 
Stoneware Platter 



Dorothy Larson: 
Incised Jug 





Edward Chandless: Compote 



Doris de Vries Klein: Cordial Set 




Joseph Konzal: Mother and Child 




Oppi Untracht: Enamel on Steel 



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National Arts Club, 15 Gromercy Park, New York, N. Y. 

* LOUIS E. MENDEZ P. S. 

RD #1, Trenton, N. J., Pennington 7-0638-J 





Rose Krebs: Decorated Vase 



Walter and Mary Kring: Ox-blood Bowl 




Gertrude Hortman: Enamel Dish — Abstract Photo: Ken Miller 




Marianna von Allesch: Armadillo 





Rozsika Blacksione: 
Sgrafitto Bowl 



Chcirlotte Malten: Pitcher 



* MARION MINEWSKB P. 

237 West lUh St., New York 14, N. Y., CH 2-0292 

HERTA MOSELSIO P. S. T. 

Old Bennington, Vermont 

MARILYN NEWMARK 

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HILDA NIEDELMAN S. 

875 Fifth Avenue, New York 27, N. Y. 

FRITZE PASSWEG S. 

300 Central Park W., New York 24, N. Y., EN 2-0801 

IVY PELISH S. 

326 Troy Avenue, Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 

HELEN CLARK PHILLIPS S. 

62 Bank St., New York 14, N. Y., WA 9-2548 

* POLIA PILLIN P. 

c/o The Willow, 182 W. 4th St., New York WA 4-9220 

* PRISCILLA M. PORTER P. S. T. 

438 E. 57th St., New York 22, N. Y., PL 3-3872 

* CHRIS PURDUE P. S. 

Deer Run Rd., Woodbridge 15, New Haven, Conn. 

T. A. RANDALL P. S. T. 

Alfred, New York 

CHARLOTTE REGESTER P. S. T. 

3 Mill Lane, Rockport, Mass. 

* ARPAD ROSTI E. 

Brewster, N. Y., BR 9-4353 

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* DIDO SMITH P. S. T. 

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BEATRICE STONE S. 

630 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

* JULIUS TAYLOR P. 

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Vivika and Otto Heino: 
Reduction Vase 





S(a Kwong Hui ; 
Spotted Vase 



Margot Kempe: Llama 





Peter Lipman-Wulf : Large Bowl 






Alice Gundelfinger: Bottle 
with wax resist decor 



Beo Croll: Jeffry 



Joseph Grebanier: 
Stoneware Bottle with red Patch 



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